More than a decade after the release of the last edition—and 25 years since it first appeared—the 4th edition of Paul Humann and Ned DeLoach’s pioneering book Reef Fish Identification – Florida Caribbean Bahamas is now available.
With more than 1,000 color images and covering nearly 700 species, this new edition is the definitive guide to IDing fish in the region. As well as information on each species including their common, scientific and family names, descriptions, habitat and behavior, abundance and distribution, entries also note the species’ reaction to divers.
The book is priced at $44.95 plus shipping via UPS (Continental US) or Priority US Mail (International).
Check out the press release and page spreads below.
The World of Fishes Is Changing
Reef Fish Identification –
Florida Caribbean Bahamas
by Paul Humann and Ned DeLoach, 548pp
683 species, 1000 photos
Suggested Retail $44.95
Jacksonville, FL – A new, updated and enlarged edition of Reef Fish Identification – Florida Caribbean Bahamas by Paul Humann and Ned DeLoach is now available from New World Publications.
With the advent of genetic testing there has been a revival in marine taxonomy. The 25th Anniversary 4th Edition reflects the many recent changes including 89 new fish species and more than 200 additional photographs. The field guide now includes 683 species documented in more than 1,000 underwater photographs, representing a significant update to the 2002 3rd edition. The most comprehensive and beautiful visual ID reference published for the region features an easy-to-use quick reference format.
Reef Fish Identification – Florida Caribbean Bahamas first appeared in 1989 and has since revolutionized fishwatching. The first edition had 288 pages and 345 color photographs. The success of our first publication launched a series of marine life identification books for the Galapagos Islands, the West Coast of the United States, the Gulf of California to Panama and the Tropical Pacific.
The new edition has 548 pages in a 6" x 9" format. Information on each species includes their common, scientific and family names, descriptions, habitat, behavior, abundance, distribution and reaction to divers.
To view page spreads and more visit www.fishid.com/fish04.html. For ordering go to www.fishid.com, call (904) 737-6558 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Join our fan page at www.facebook.com/newworldpublications.
Ikelite Housing for OM System OM-1
AOI Housing for Olympus OM-D E-M1 III
Plan Your Adventure >